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The publishing of scholarly bibliographies has diminished significantly over the past two decades for an obvious reason: access to bibliographic tools via the Internet. But this has not marked the end altogether of research-level bibliographies, which are still vital to the preservation and advancement of knowledge. Research bibliographies are finding a new home online, and open source tools are now available to help scholars and librarians reestablish this genre in dynamic fashion. This listen and learn session discussed one such project that deploys Zotero, Tablesorter, and Libguides to serve a targeted group of users.
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